Pressure Vessel (ASME Stamped) & Storage Tanks

A pressure vessel is a closed container that is designed to hold its contents at a certain pressure. Gas or liquids inside pressure vessels can therefore be kept at pressures different from the ambient temperature. Common forms of pressure vessels include thin-walled vessels, storage tanks, and transportable containers. Thin-walled vessels are those with a diameter that is 10 times or more the thickness of the wall. Storage tanks are a kind of super thin-walled vessel. Transportation vessels are mass produced thin-walled vessels. The least common type is the thick-walled vessel. This is a vessel with a diameter that is less than 10 times the thickness of the wall.


Maximum Diameter: 3.5 m. Maximum Length: 16 m. Maximum Weight: 35 tons.